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EL PASO HERALD
16 Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1910. New Comb and Strained Honey Fresh and delicious, packed in 5 lb. cans, strained ' ' . 5c 5 lb. cans with comb ?5c Single Backs 15c Spiced Pickled Pears and Crabapples "Whole Flint, in large jars, each $1.00 Home Pickled Herring- These herring are dressed and pickled by us. The quality is extra fine. , - 10c Three for 25c. Dunbars Preserved Figs These are Louisiana preserved Figs, the best in the world. . - . In bulk, per xoundf .25c 10 lb cans, per can . . -- .$2.00 Cra?3 Apples for Preserving. Bai'tlett Pears for Preserving.. . Prune Plums for Preserving. ' JUSTICE HOME IS SOLD AT AUCTION The home of the late Dr. A. L. Justice was sold at auction Tuesday afternoon by order of mayor C. E. Kelly, "who ?j administrator of the estate, to satisf' a judgment against the estate in favoi of HL i. and J. A. Cloudman. Trie Justice home is on iMajroffin avenue ana brought $6000 at the sale. FOIUIEREI, PASO TKAIN COXDUCTO RDIES IX OREGON Notice of the death of George W. Par ker, a former conductor on the South ern Pacific and Southwestern railroads, has been received from Forest Grove, Ore , hy the local Masonic lodge. Conductor Parker met his death by the accidental discharge ofa gun at Forest Grove, although none of the de tails jias yet beeu received. He was the oldest conductor on the Tucson di vision in point of service at the time he was running out of El Paso em ployed , as a conductor on the South western and was a member of the Ei Paso Masonic bodies. . m." . HMO i HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUIT3 AND VEGETABLES Phone 151. 210-212 TesssSfc AttiollSl. . G. H. CARMEXS STRIKE IS SAID TO BE IILEGAIi Houston, Texas, Sept. 7. It is learned here this morning that the strike of the carmen on the Soutnern Pacific lines is illegal, having been called before a vote was taken by the men of the At lantic system. SupL Ryan of the motive power de partment of the Sunset lines, this morn ing refused to treat with vice presi dent Lewis, ofthe Brotherhood. The strikers' officials then offered that they name one arbitrator and tne com pany one, and that these two select a third, but no decision was reached by the company. - o EL PASO NOT AFFECTED BY THE G.. H. STRIKE The El Paso division of the G. H. is not affected by the strike of car-, men and inspectors at Houston and other points on the Houston and Texas and G. H. & S. A.," was the statement made at the office of the superintend ent of the division. Local carmen, and inspectors, members of the union, pro fess to know nothing about the strike. The road, however, is prepared for an emergency, it was stated. Sale of Vinter weight Under wear still a fea ture of Fire Sale EL PASO LSOVTOERN. k MfflL TO ia13a:aW3f MERCHANTS ymy. k W V - BT M. M Prompt TO TELEP ake espouses ALLS. EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY Trunks, Bags ana Leather Goods Auto. Made, Repaired ana Exchanged. 19S6 We store goods. Opp. PostoCfice, across Plaza Bell 1054 Bell 08 & 629 A. E. RYAN & CO. DRUGGISTS Auto 106S 212 SAN" ANTONIO ST. 0PE2T ALL NIGHT. LUMB BUHTON-Ln-IGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS., i BELL 50; AUTO 1050 E.P.&S. W.AWMING CO. 307s.hpmosi. We will move with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 307 S. El Paso St. "We make Awnings, Tents, and "Everything That's Canvas." All work guar anteed and at a cheaper price. Auto. 1SS2. Awning Shades and Curtains J For Sesidenee and Business Houses. l Bell 2044. For Residence and Business Houses. Tent ana Camp Supplies. El Paso Tent and Avming Co., 312 S. El Paac St. Auto. 2044. Bell E18 ICE Smith Ice Cream Co. FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. Bell 20 Auto 1188 Auto 1020 202 Texas St SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES. ?Sr EL PASO BRICK CO. ft! HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery Wjfl4e upright away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices. 116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001 HORSE EATS TREE: OWXER FINED. P. Moreno, a clerk at the Boston store, arrested Tuesday night on a charge of destroying public property, gave a $5 bond for his appearance in court at 4:30. He is charged with hav ing tied a horse In front of a residence at 1125 East Overland street. The horse Is said to have injured a tree. JH3 $ - LATEST FROM THE - XEW MEXICO ELECTION' - Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 7. - 4 Latest returns show mat all ! four Republican candidates in Ciuadalupe county have been & & elected. This makes the Re- O & publican representation In the constitutional convention 72 and the Democratic 28. $ r.IiBJ&fe"i Sale of Salvage Carpets contin ues at the com bined stores. We Combine the Two S tores To accommodate customers and facilitate shopping beginning tomorrow we combine the two stores. We have secured the store space of the Laurie Hard- ,-, b y f a rrnTS m at 2(17 v. Stanton at. 1 his we nave con- ith the store at 215' Texas. No Deliveries res JiC&HsherDxy: Goods Co. Oncorpaied) No Deliveries Charges Nor C. O. D. EL PASO RESIDENT TO HELP 3IAKE CONSTITUTION. Judge A. B. Fall, of El Paso, was eleoted a delegate to the constitutional convention from Otero county at the election held Tuesday. Judge Fall was the only Republican elected, the other to delegates being Democrats. WOOL St. Louis Wool. Close. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 7. Wool steady. Territory and western mediums, 18 23; fine mediums, 1S20; fine, 1417. Judge Lew Davis, a pioneer El Paso lawyer, is seriously ill at Hotel Dieu with pneuoninia. I I FIRSTCLASS AUTOMOBILE I REPAIRING. I Cars Called For and Delivered. 6 Our 3Iottoi 'PROMPT SERVICE AND REASONABLE CHARGES." GHe Us n Trial. DELANEY & ALKIRE. SIS Masoffln. Bell 1279. Bigger Bargains The salvage recently rescued from the old store is proving to be a series of surprises in the way of big values. It was only water-soaked, and now has been dried out and put into shape. Included in this last lot of salvage there were fully 100 dozen corsets. These will be on sale tomorrow at the combined stores. s Corsets worth Up to $12.00 for 25c You know what good makes were cartied in the Calisher Corset Section. In the 1200 corsets saved, every size Gnd a wide range of models is offered. These are corsets that sell regularly up to $12.00; FIRE SALE SPECIAL, CHOICE 25c. The to be tem porary Calisher store, at 107-111 N. Stanton, is being rapidly remodeled. WfitF? ISWw l&Mmki dMS IPSS A new model corset for 25c is a Fire Sale opportunity not to be overlooked "Shop Early! r i Financial and Commercial STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT TOU. . Special Sale On Our 40c Caramels Chocolate, Vanilla and Vanilla IfuL 25 cents pound. WEDNESDAY ONLY We are the only confectionery now using hot water to cleanse with at our fountain. BAGGAGE and Auto 1966 "We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing hy tareful men at right price. BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966 Bell -.11 Rent the . EASY RUNNING WHITE H. L. Stewart Furniture Co., Agents, 310-312 S. Stanton. Our Motto, Easy Payments, Fair Dealings, Good Goods. RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERY COMPANY, C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr. 206 N. Oregon SL Phone 347 Under the Electric Fountain. MONEY AND METALS. Nevr YorEr fiuotntlons. (By Associated Press." New York, Sept. 7. Call money Prime mercantile paperu56 per cent. Closing QuotalloBJi Xnaay. Bar silver. 52 Ts- v Desilverized lead, firm, $4.304.59. Spelter, $5.355.45. .,,., Copper, easy, standard 'spot, ?12.1- 12.20; Oct., $12.12 )12.20., Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.30. Mexican Conais -I-Jc. Current :iielttr Uuoiaiiou. 'Ki Paso SniP-JTPrO Copper (wire bars) 12.52o Lead (New Tork an price?).. S4--'; Lead (London sales prices). 12, slO, dO Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12.40 ccJ.ly Avrn;:esi, (DoHslab Smelter Quotations. Bar silver 52,;6: Copper 11. d- NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) V Auto 1271 CLIFFORD BROS. Mail Orders Given Prompt anl Special Attention. 307-309 E. Overiana St CITY PLUMBING CO. QUICK SERVICE. 616 3T. Campbell St. REASONABLE PRICES. Bell Phone 2104. Use the Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates. RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT. HENRY 3IOHR CUT RATE HARDWARE 309 S. El Paso St Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all kinds. Saddles Harness. Cutlery Tents Oli sint. Etc ET T 1 C" O "'U ffJ - home school with L FAbU btrilMJL 2f ru, FOR GIRLS " ' Ample accommodations for day pupils. School Opens Thursday, Sept 15. mi-1115 Terrace Street, Sunset Heig-hts. home school with all departments in and successful teach ers, a wise and capable house mother, and a resident director of physical education. Full academic courses. Classes for younger girls. 1 Knox MB 1 1 and i i Fall Hats See Our Window Amalgamated 63 American Smelters 67 Anaconda 30 A Colorado Fuel & Iron 30 Erie Ry. 25 M. K. & T 31 Mo. Pacific .- 53 Reading " 138 U Rock Island . 294 Southern Pacific 111 Union Pacific 163 TJ. S. Steel, common 67 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Spec'al Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co., Glone, Ariz. Ely Central 57c Goldfield Con Sa Inspiration Copper 8 Live Oak Development IS Majestic Copper of Utah 35c 'Mason Valley 7 National Mining Exp 12c New Keystone 3 Ohio Copper 2 Pinto Copper . loc Ray Central .,. . 2 3-1C Ray Consolidated 18 San Antonio, part paid 6 Shattuck 23 Superior & Globe, part paid 25c Tonopah S& Asked. 1 Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grain. Close. Wheat Dec $1.Q0& May f. i.062S$ 1-06 Corn Dec 5555 play 5S5S?i Oar; Dec 35 & May : SStf , Chicago Provisions. Close. Pork 1 Oct I. $20.25- Jan 1S.65 Lard Oct $12.17 Jan 10.G7& Ribs Oct $11.55 Jan 9.75 ' LIVESTOCK MYSTERY OF THE AUTO IS SOLVED Arizona Commercial 16 Boston Corbin 13 Calumet & Arizona 5S Copper Range 66 Giroux 6 Greene Cananea 7 Helvetia .'....-.. 2 Miami 19 Nevada Con. 20 North Butte 27 Old Dominion .... 35 Shannon .j 10 Superior & Boston S Superior & Pittsburg 11 Trinity 6 U. S. Smelters, common 3S Utah Con 23 Utah Copper 46 ; UNLISTElTsTOCKS. y,. V4 li i Kansas City Iiiestoclc. Clo.se. Kansas City. Mo. Sept. 7. Caitle Receipts 16,000, including 2000 south erns; steady. Native steers. $o.00tfi S.23; southern steers. '$3.75 5.25. southern cows. $2.754.J0r native cows and heifers. $2.75 a 7.00:. stockers and feeders, $3.256.25; bulls. $3.2504.25; culves S4.00? S.50; western stoers, $4.50(g' 7.25; western cow-?, $2.S0fr5.25. Hogs Receipts 4000. 5c lower, bulk, $9:43i9.70: heavv. so.ssw 0 5; pack ers and butchers, $9.i59.70, light, 9.60fiii).75. Sheep Receipts 10.000. strong. Mut tons, $4 00C?4.60. lambs. S2 2Tf?fi90; fed wethers and yearlings. $4.005.50; fed western ewes, $3.75 4.33. Gar Belonged to King Wor- ley, Had Been Bought by J. F. Morrow. J. F. Morrow, a carpenter, was ar rested by the police Tuesday night for fast driving in an automobile and was today released on $100 bond. The joy ridlng was done on the county road between El Paso and Ysleta, In the arrest of Morrow is solved the deep -dyed nrystery of the auto which hit A. B. Carbajal's wood wagon amid ships early Mondaj- morning,, put the wagon out of commission and distrib uted stove length mesquite chunks promiscuously over the landscape sur rounding Antonio Madrid's "Casa Blanca" road house on the Ysleta high way. Auto number 309. the same being registered in the name of King Wor ley at tlie county courthouse, was the vehicle In which ..he joy ride was pulled off. A rapia change of owner and an equally rap'd dissemination into scrap steel is the story In brief of this same innocent auto No. 309. Con tractor Worley struck a bargain with Morrow, a carpenter whb formerly worked for him. The trade was made Saturday, Morrow giving his former employer $100 m coin in exchange for a quit claim on said auto No. 309. The remainder-, according to Mr. "Worley, was to have been made in one. two and three months, or at equally convenient times until the total of $400 had been paid. Sunday morning when "Worley went to his shop at the corner of Park and Sixth streets, he noticed that the auto was missing. Later he heard that an accident had occurred on the county road which involved a car of the same general description as the one he had sold Morrow. Upon inquiring about tho I accident, Morrow informed "Worley that the car had been stolen from him bj' unknown persons and taken for a joy ride. Three women and a man are said to havo been lnthe car when it collided broadside with. Carbajal's woodwagon early Monday morning. The keeper of the "Casa Blanca" did not know them, and Carbajal was too excited to Iden tify them. Frank Morse, of the Coggin Anto company, in car No. 355, is said to have gone to the rescue after a hurryup call had been sent from klad rid's wet goods emporium. Carbajal, who is an employe of the city sanitary department. Is a son of patrolman Carbajal, of the city police force. The young man was coming to town to work on the streets Monday when the accident happened. r Hotel S heldon F ON SALE AT 412 MYRTLE AVE- HJE. TELEPHONE NO. 400. Iron Beds, Bed Springs, Cotton Felt Mattresses, Birds-Eye Maple Dressers. Wardrobes, Chairs, Kock ers, Rattan Chairs and Rockers, Comforts and T00len Blankets, Goose Feather PillowsySilverware and Queensware of many patterns. Good Quality and Cheap Prices J. W. Fisber Salesman V V (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.) Arizona-Michigan, part" paid 15c Butte Balaklava 6 Caotus 1 &A T Calumet & Montana 90c Chino Copper Co .1 14 Ti Chemung 1 6 Chief Con 1 Cordova, part paid 25d- Cordova, full paid 1 Denn-Arizona .' 3 NEW YORK IIER,I,n SAYS low irvs s"o sox Referring to the wedding of a. young man, who is at the St Regjs claiming to be the son of Soth Low, former mayor of New York, the New York Herald tel-J egraphed Wednesday afternoon i "Seth Low nas no son " Tho young man has been at the St. Hegis for several days, and has been introducing him self in Juarez and El Paso as the son of the former New York mayor. He said today that he was married last Saturday in a west Texas town, the name of which he did not give. indow Glass for Showcases Also Florentine, and Chipped Promptly Put In Tuiile Paint Glass Co. Have just received QAPoLOAD OF AMMUNITION. Also fall stock of Winchester, Remington, Sav age, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot G-uns, Febi ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot Griins and many other new goods. Call and see them. SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. EL PASO, TEXAS.